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TRAVEL BOOKING ALERT: It’s 11.11 tomorrow! Check out the best travel deals of up to 85% off

Mark your calendars, and pack your bags!

People who buy off e-commerce sites don’t get to hog all the promos for this 24-hour flash sale—travelers, too! Sure, these deals go all year round, but no discount gets close to the wonders of 11.11. As travel restrictions ease up, it’s also the perfect time to score seat sales and slashed hotel rates. Here is a roundup of the best travel deals you can score in a hot minute tomorrow. 

The travel platform is giving everyone an 85%-off on travel products valid until Jan. 31, 2021 through stackable price promotions, so you can check out with multiple discounts! “Through this campaign, travelers can get special deals on accommodation, providing a great opportunity for people to reconnect with travel again, and to cost-effectively discover, or rediscover, the diversity of destinations in their own backyard,” says Errol Cooke, vice president partner services of Agoda. 

You can get up to 60%-off on domestic activities for the whole family, including staycation offerings to the country’s top hotels like Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar and Shangri-La Hotels, entrance pass to reopened theme parks like The Enchanted Kingdom or Zoobic Safari, and beauty and spa services from Belo Medical Group or I Do Nails, among others.  

  • The Manila Hotel

If you’re up for a staycation not too far from home, be sure to check out The Manila Hotel’s Facebook page for one-day deals for rooms, dining, and Prestige membership.

  • Cebu Pacific

Want to start off the new year international? Cebu Pacific is back with its flash sale that goes as low as P699 for one-way base fare for the travel period of Jan. 1 to March 31, 2021. Due to the current situation, everything is flexible so you don’t have to worry about rebooking the last minute or cancelling flights.

  • AirAsia

If you’re a BIG member of AirAsia, you can score up to P11-deals for one-way base fare from Manila or Clark to local destinations such as Tacloban and Cagayan de Oro.  

Source: Manila Bulletin (

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